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Facing South Florida: Felon Voting Rights

cbs4.com Sunday, 17 May 2020
The federal civil rights trial is now underway that will determine whether hundreds of thousands of people with felony convictions will be able to vote this fall in Florida.
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Jim DeFede spoke with Julie Ebenstein, an ACLU attorney, about felon voting rights.

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